It’s now just over a week until election day. The last manifestos have been launched, postal votes are being dispatched, the gloves are off.
Thousands of people around the country are out knocking on doors, or holed up in phone banks, helping their local candidate's campaign - and in the final 7 days of the campaign this activity is going to reach boiling point.
More United already has hundreds of volunteers across the UK who are helping us support candidates in whatever ways they can.
But most people aren't seasoned activists - for most people terms like 'canvassing', 'phone bank' and 'GOTV' are meaningless wonk-speak. When politicians talk about getting out on the doorstep, what do they actually mean?
Well, Leah's been volunteering with More United over the last few weeks to help us coordinate our on-the-ground campaign efforts. She was out last weekend to help Rosena Allin-Khan in Tooting, so I chatted to her to get the layman's low-down on canvassing.
Read on for easy explanations and top tips, and then find a campaign day near you to try our your new-found knowledge...